Embassies and intermediary organisations
The German Chambers of Commerce Abroad (AHKs) maintain delegate offices and representations in more than 80 countries and play a crucial role for German industry in a world of integrating global markets. Visitors to the site can check a list of offices worldwide to find their nearest local contact.
www.ahk.de (in German) AHK offices and representations
The DAAD Information Centres (IC) aim to provide information on Germany as an excellent study and research destination for students and researchers. The addresses and contact details of all the ICs are listed here.
www.daad.de > Addresses DAAD Information Centres
The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) has an extensive presence abroad. Its Regional Offices maintain contacts with partners in many countries around the world and create efficient communications channels. Look here for further information on the which countries each office is responsible for.
www.daad.de > Regional Offices DAAD Regional Offices
With 147 institutes in 83 countries, the Goethe Institute is the largest intermediary organisation in the field of German foreign cultural policy. Click on “Network” to search for all the offices of the Goethe Institutes by country and city.
www.goethe.de > Institutes abroad Goethe Institutes abroad
The main aim of the Max Planck Society's Brussels Office is to embed the projects of the Max Planck Institutes into the European research programmes. It is also a service platform providing support to the Max Planck Society and its institutes in their relations with the European institutions in all aspects of European funding policy.
www.mpg.de > Brussels office Max Planck Society in Brussels